William T. Peterson mostly deals with Oceanography, Upwelling, Copepod, Ecology and Zooplankton. His work in Oceanography tackles topics such as Ecosystem which are related to areas like Anchovy. The concepts of his Upwelling study are interwoven with issues in Boundary current, Marine ecosystem, Shore, Ocean gyre and Plankton.
His Copepod research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biomass, Productivity and Stage. His Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spring bloom and Animal science. His Zooplankton research incorporates elements of Diel vertical migration, Chinook wind, Water column and Physical geography.
William T. Peterson mainly focuses on Oceanography, Ecology, Upwelling, Zooplankton and Copepod. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climatology and Fishery. His study looks at the intersection of Fishery and topics like Oncorhynchus with Juvenile.
He has included themes like Productivity, Hydrography, Pacific decadal oscillation and Krill in his Upwelling study. His Zooplankton study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Abundance and Water column. His Copepod study combines topics in areas such as Diatom, Subarctic climate, Animal science and Chlorophyll a.
William T. Peterson mainly investigates Oceanography, Ecology, Upwelling, Copepod and Pacific decadal oscillation. His studies in Diatom, Biomass, Zooplankton, Bay and Hydrography are all subfields of Oceanography research. His research in Ecology focuses on subjects like Fishery, which are connected to Current, Aquaculture and Environmental planning.
His study in the field of Downwelling also crosses realms of Boundary. His Copepod research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Abundance and Submarine pipeline. He has researched Pacific decadal oscillation in several fields, including Continental shelf, Neurotoxin, Extratropical cyclone and Phytoplankton community structure.
William T. Peterson spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Ecology, Upwelling, Plankton and Current. William T. Peterson has included themes like Ptychoramphus aleuticus and Seabird in his Oceanography study. William T. Peterson studied Ecology and Pacific decadal oscillation that intersect with Continental shelf, Neurotoxin and Uria aalge.
His study in Upwelling is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bloom, Pseudo-nitzschia, Spring bloom, Algal bloom and Water column. The various areas that William T. Peterson examines in his Plankton study include Copepod, Zooplankton, Biomass, Climate change and Taxonomy. His work in Current covers topics such as Biogeochemistry which are related to areas like Climatology.
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Emergence of Anoxia in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem
F. Chan;J. A. Barth;J. Lubchenco;A. Kirincich.
A new climate regime in northeast pacific ecosystems
William T. Peterson;Franklin B. Schwing.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
The effect of temperature on the gut clearance rate constant of planktonic copepods
Hans G. Dam;William T. Peterson.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (1988)
Copepod hatching success in marine ecosystems with high diatom concentrations
Xabier Irigoien;Roger P. Harris;Hans M. Verheye;Pierre Joly.
Zonation and maintenance of copepod populations in the Oregon upwelling zone
William T. Peterson;Charles B. Miller;Anne Hutchinson.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1979)
Copepod biodiversity as an indicator of changes in ocean and climate conditions of the northern California current ecosystem
Rian C. Hooff;William T. Peterson.
Limnology and Oceanography (2006)
The nearshore zone during coastal upwelling: Daily variability and coupling between primary and secondary production off central Chile
William T Peterson;Dagoberto F Arcos;George B McManus;Hans Dam.
Progress in Oceanography (1988)
Zooplankton species composition is linked to ocean transport in the Northern California Current
J. E. Keister;E. Di Lorenzo;C. A. Morgan;V. Combes.
Global Change Biology (2011)
What Caused the Sacramento River Fall Chinook Stock Collapse
Steven T. Lindley;Churchill B. Grimes;Michael S. Mohr;William Thornton Peterson.
Copepod egg production, moulting and growth rates and secondary production in the Skagerrak in August 1988
William T. Peterson;Peter Tiselius;Thomas Kiørboe.
Journal of Plankton Research (1991)
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